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... dress and were all very excited to be there. Also a big showing of police and army - just to remind us we were in a communist country. Our coach guide was wonderful explaining everything and ushering us as a group across the hectic streets. Chinese New Year is an important time of two to three days holiday when they dress in their best clothes, give elaborate gifts, worship in the temple and visit parents ...
Ho Chi Minh City is the largest city in Vietnam. Though the government wanted to eradicate the name Saigon, the city's center is still referred to as Saigon. Hanoi is the seat of the government, but Ho Chi Minh is the economic center of the country and the pursuit of money drives this town.
Motorbikes are the cheapest way to travel and most families own two bikes. One bike can legally carry two adults and ...
... 0600) and Nick went there for an hour prior to breakfast in the Britannia Restaurant.
Our tour today was entitled ‘Scenic Vung Tau’, Vung Tau being a Vietnamese holiday resort about 30 km from Phu My and a bus journey of about 45 mins, as opposed to the 90 minutes into Ho Chi Min City.
The first stop was at the Whale Temple. Vietnamese fishermen worship the whale because they believe it can prevent typhoons. This was a temple constructed ...
... a standing position:)
We saw a couple more people at the clinic for some education, including a man who had internal hardware placed after breaking his femur and a man who came to see us after he hurt is back bending over. We did go with the sisters on a couple home visits to see people in village. It was nice to see the work and compassion of the Sisters. That evening we went for a bike ride with one of the Sisters and went to the house of a man who had a stroke 3 weeks ago. ...
... navigating challenges I managed to find the way back to my street, using the sky deck building as my landmark, as my map reading skills seemed to have abandoned me! Found Wrap & Roll and had another delicious meal of fried spring rolls, then quickly on to the hotel to zip up the bag, check out and go and meet my colleague Tricia.. Headed to a French cafe suggested by another colleague May (she is wasted working in international development, she really should be ...